Hold On To Those Loved Ones

That’s something my brother Geof’s reminded all of us to do in his weekly column for USCHO.com.

With yesterday’s Columbia tragedy, Dan Goldin, a former NASA administrator, said, “When you go into space, you risk your life.” There is also a risk of life when soldiers prepare for — or fight in — a war. The same is also true in everyday living — driving to work or walking around your neighborhood, for example.

Echoing President Bush’s sentiments, indeed, here’s hoping the seven astronauts are home.

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3 Responses to Hold On To Those Loved Ones

  1. I hate to say it, but Goldin is one of the reasons those seven are dead.

    Clinton and the Congresses during the ’90s have their share of the blame, too.

  2. Steve says:

    Here’s to 7 of the best
    who were only
    visiting this planet.

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